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Assad troops capture Zara, one of two last strongholds for rebels along the Lebanese border leading to the city of Homs.
Sevastopol, home to Russian naval fleet, says it is leaving Ukraine, as pressure mounts on Kiev over Crimea area.
Deputy PM says decree effective immediately, and calls on Ukraine troops in region to accept Russian rule or leave.
Armed protesters killed a guard and injured others during the attack that forced the move to a hotel in Tripoli.
Blasts and gunfight kills at least 11 people, including a judge in the capital Islamabad.
Privatisation bill, which is necessary to secure bailout money, is vetoed in first vote over workers' rights concerns.
Hamas police launches investigation into attack within occupied territory's Zeitun district.
German cartoonist apologises and newspaper removes picture after criticism of Nazi-style depiction of Mark Zuckerberg.
Hundreds flee village to find a refuge in Catholic church after 70 people are killed by Christian fighters.
Cabinet says it will not allow law that bars women from giving evidence against relatives or spouses.
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